Do You believe in Psychic Ability??

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    The Seven Laws of Psychic Energy
    "These laws of energy are not alterable. These laws have always been and will always be in existence."

    Sources: Silver Birch, White Eagle, Barbara Brennan, Leslie Flint, George Meek, Arthur Findlay, Anthony Borgia, George Meek, Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir William Crookes, Dr Robert Crookal, Sir William Barrett, the Rev C Drayton Thomas, Rev. Johannes Greber, Geraldine Cummings, Allan Kardec, Emmanuel Swedenborg, Dr Ian Stevenson, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Helen Greaves, Stainton Moses, et al.

    Traditional secular scientists are now in agreement with the spiritual scientists and have conceded that all visible matter and invisible waves in the world can be reduced to 'vibrating energy'.

    Below you will find laws of energy taken from information accumulated over the last few hundred years of documented human experience.

    When I first started doing research into psychic phenomena I was looking for psychic laws. I found that although the laws existed by imputation, no one had hitherto formulated specific universal psychic, non-physical energy laws.

    We have laws for everything - civil and criminal laws to conduct human behavior, laws of physics describing the forces which regulate the universe, laws of biology and other laws.

    Accordingly, now for the very first time it is proposed that specific laws be codified about psychic energies - not just those which operate in the physical world but energies that also transcend the physical world.

    Whilst more than half of the people of the world to-day will readily attest to the validity of these laws of energy it may take some decades for these laws to be universally accepted.

    First Law of psychic energy:

    All 'solid' objects are vibrating energy.

    Unseen waves are also vibrating energy- sound, radio, electricity, light, television waves, microwaves, x-rays, gamma rays and psychic energy waves.

    Second law of psychic energy:

    The mind is an 'energy station' which creates transmits and receives energy.

    The will (of the mind) can change the form of energy.
    Thoughts and images, which are waves of energy, can be transmitted to and from human minds within the earthplane and to human and other entities in the afterlife in a process called telepathy.
    Third law of psychic energy:

    All living humans have a body made up of vibrationary energy which is a duplicate of the physical body and will survive physical death.

    This vibrationary energy body invisible to physical eyes can change form but can never be destroyed and retains consciousness.
    At the time of physical death, the duplicate body will have reached a certain vibrational level and will go to an energy sphere that can accommodate those vibrations.
    Selfless spiritual service increases the vibrational energy of the duplicate body.
    Fourth law of psychic energy:

    The afterlife has different levels of energy which form different spheres according to the speed of vibration.

    The faster the vibrations of a sphere the higher and more spiritually evolved are the entities which reside there.
    Fifth law of psychic energy:

    The more spiritually evolved a being is the brighter the energy of the aura.

    Sixth law of psychic energy:

    Slowing down the speed of the atomic vortices of the energy will result in materialisation. Speeding up the vortices will result in de-materialisation

    Seventh law of psychic energy:

    The Law of Cause and Effect: for every (energy) action there is a (an energy) reaction ie, energy is a 'boomerang' - the 'energy' you give out will inevitably return to you.

    -- Victor Zammit (May 2001)

    http://www.victorzammit.com/articles/sevenlaws.html
     
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    To some extent I surely believe in it. I just am not sure what to think of it.
     
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    What sparked this discussion for me was watching an episode of "Psychic Detectives" and I was blown away by the accuracy of one woman in particular. So I do believe a few have that gift.

    Plus I have had premonition type dreams and other experiences.
     
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    Saying they're "in agreement" is a total stretch. String theory is a pure math theory with no experimental basis NOR observation.

    It is still quite controversial, and the term "in agreement" certainly does not apply here.

    :tinfoil:

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    So your saying more quantifying tests need to be done?
     
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    So far, NONE have been done, and NONE have even been CONCEIVED.

    They have no idea how to prove this. It's not really science so much as philosophy. It exists mainly as a number of mathematical constructs, that, interestingly, are all working together pretty well - but there has yet to be devised an experiment to prove the theory.

    This takes it out of experimental physics, and makes it "pure theory", which while more than "conjecture" is lacking in physical proof.

    The string theory surrounding gravity right now has me baffled, and I place it in the basket of things "that might or might not be".

    There is no agreement among scientists yet on this.


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    It would seem hard to construct a testing model that could actually capture tangible proof. Really for now the only testing that has been done is math and probability based on correct answers. Maybe it's just not provable??
     
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    Some are suggesting that. We'll see. They had a hard time figuring out how to prove Relativity and Quantum theory too.

    The *nice* thing about string theory is that it's unifying, and seems to be stronger than previous attempts at unification.

    However, I'm not a physicist, and have but an armchair understanding of it. (i.e. I know enough to "sound smart" at parties, but when I hang out with my friends from JPL and CalTech, I'm overwhelmed).

    I can just about get the 10 dimensions in tightly folded space bit. Maybe even the pocket universe thing. But the thing about gravity being a weak field because it "bleeds off" to parallel universes on other membranes is BAFFLING.

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